A mom accused of allowing her daughter and teenage friends to smoke marijuana, drink alcohol and play "naked Twister" has sidestepped a serious criminal record by taking advantage of Georgia's First Time Offenders Act. Because she had no prior felony arrests, she was able to take advantage of the state's First Time Offenders Act. In exchange for her guilty pleas, she will be eligible to have her record sealed upon successful completion of the terms of her probation. She was arrested on April 11, , after her Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor contacted investigators and told them the woman had made some startling revelations during a private sobriety meeting.
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As a commercial success, it has been RIAA -certified as double-platinum. This is the Goo Goo Dolls' last studio album with George Tutuska on drums; he was replaced by Mike Malinin just before the album was released. This album is the Goo Goo Dolls' first studio album to not have 14 tracks. The song "Stand Alone" was written by George Tutuska, and because John Rzeznik didn't want to exploit George's efforts after his dismissal, the song was only included on a promo version of the album. On the wide-release version, it is replaced with "Disconnected" and "Slave Girl", which were initially B-sides to the "Only One" single.